Christians submit demands to Bihar chief minister

April 2, 2013 by  
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They demanded nomination of one Christian in the legislative council, subsidy for visiting Jerusalem. Nitish KumarBihar, April 1, 2013: A Christian delegation has submitted a memorandum to Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar demanding a solution to the problems facing the community in the state. Extending Easter greetings, members of the Christian Welfare Association called on Kumar and submitted a memorandum to him in this regard. They also demanded nomination of one Christian in the legislative council, subsidy for visiting Jerusalem. They also asked for appointment of a Christian in the State Minority Commission as vice-chairman. The delegation also invited Kumar to visit Kurji Church and Padri ki Haveli on the eve of Christmas, which he accepted. The chief minister greeted people, particularly the Christians, on Easter. He said Christ’s message was for service to humanity without any discrimination and everybody should take inspiration from it. – times of india

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